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    Mline Seat Cover Question

    I plan on getting a new cover for my 2000 GPR but im not sure which brand to go with (Jettrim, Hydro Turf, Mline). I personally think Mline looks the best. I've found reviews on HydroTurf and Jettrim but nothing on Mline.

    My main question is, do the Mline covers come with the "non slip" seating surface? One of the reasons im replacing my cover is because its so slippery when wet.


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    I would ask him directly. Jason Roux is his name email address =[email protected].com

    I have a M-Line seat cover and love it. I dont know all of the materials etc.. but mine slips less than the stock one.

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    I realy like the MLine the black where your arse sits is padded and non skid.
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    They have a med non slip that is pretty good, its not as hard core like the Jet Trim but is still pretty good. When I got mine about 9 months ago it was only availible in black. You have to specificaly ask for the non slip and mine took little while longer to get. Email them and ask them to send some samples.

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    this may help when u go to install! http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=8572

    I run the hydro turf ( see avatar)
    with carbon fiber and it slips just right with a wet suit for me Z

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    Hydroturf also offers a non slip
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    M-line can change the color schemes as well. Just thought I would point this out.

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    I decided to go with Mline after all.

    I ordered this seat:


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    Just got/installed mine today. Custom made opposite of the one above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GPRXP Steve View Post
    Just got/installed mine today. Custom made opposite of the one above.
    Nice, how do you like it?

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